Burundi is a small landlocked country in Africa that is not well known to the average tourist however certainly has a lot to offer.  Burundi is in the Great Lakes region of East Africa.  It is recommended that a Burundi safari is booked in order for tourists to experience a safe, educational and enjoyable holiday.

Beautiful art and craft can be found on the Burundi safari reflecting rich Burundian cultural heritage.  There are two protected parks in Burundi; the Kibira National Parc and the Ruvubu National Park which you will be charmed by the richness of wildlife and flora in particular the Hippopotamus and many colourful birds.  The hyphane is a palm tree not found anywhere in the world but Burundi and is treasured accordingly.  A Burundi safari can include visits to the parks and all the top attractions of this small but unique country.


Muhweza thermal hot springs, believed by local people to have healing powers, are not only crystal clear and therapeutically warm but there are two – one specifically reserved for women. Travel with the comfort and expertise of a professional guide on a Burundi safari.


Safety is paramount on a Burundi safari therefore it is important to check the smarttraveller.gov.au website for advise of the current safety updates.

Lake Tanganyika, the second largest freshwater lake is shared by Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Zambia and Saga Beach represents a great destination for water activities, diving, snorkelling, swimming, boating and fishing.


Burundi is one of the ten poorest countries in the world.  The largest industry being agriculture, coffee, cotton, tea, sorghum, bananas and natural resources including uranium, nickel, colbalt, copper and platinum.  When travelling through Burundi, a reputable Burundi safari company is imperative for security and explanation of cultural history, attractions and ease of travel.